On average, credit scores are on the rise. Some states are seeing an increase in their average credit scores, which may indicate a rebound in the economy, while others have scores that indicate a decline. Read more to find out which states have the highest credit scores.
Although the quintessential American dream of owning a house is still alive and well, many Americans feel that for now, renting is a better option. Will their dreams become a reality? Read on to find out.
Although the employment picture is improving, the job market can hardly be described as robust, and many Americans still feel they can’t find work. Despite the common perception about a lack of work, however, there are jobs that employers can’t seem to fill. Read on to find out more.
As housing prices continue to decline, many are wondering if now is the best time to buy. Nobody wants to catch a falling knife and as long as buyers continue to see falling prices, they will stay parked on the sidelines. Read more to seem if now is the time to buy or if there is a better deal down the road.
If you’ve ever read the classifieds, there is a good chance you have come across several self-employment ads. These ads claim you can be your own boss and work from home, while making a small fortune dressed in your robe and slippers. Is it too good to be true?
Jobs don’t last like they used to. In fact, in 2010, the average U.S. worker had only been with their employer for 4.4 years. Even if you job hop, it’s still possible to stay with one profession over the long haul. The following vocations are here to stay.